The Sirens star shares what makes filming in Chicago so great
Despite the fact that she stars in Sirens, the USA Network series about Chicago paramedics, Jessica McNamee is grateful that most of her driving on the series is simulated.
“They basically they put an apparatus on the car to tow it, so we’re not actually driving when they’re filming us ... More
In McFarland, USA the races—and the pressure—were real
In McFarland, USA, out this month, the track team at the titular California town’s high school goes from barely there to legendary. It’s a true story; the school’s team went on to attend the state championships for the next 24 years. And while the big-screen version features some Hollywood concessions, like ... More
All the details of the Boyhood star’s time traveling watch
It’s red carpet season and we have seen many fine timepieces at the award shows and film festivals leading up the big show, the Oscars. But this week, Ethan Hawke’s Jaeger-LeCoultre Master Hometime (pictured here at the BAFTAs in London) is the watch that caught our fancy.
Hawke, of ... More
The singer reveals what it’s like writing about her exes and creating music while unapologetically sad
Seven years ago, London R&B diva Estelle crashed onto the global music scene with the double-platinum hit “American Girl,” featuring none other than Kanye West. Today, she’s releasing her fourth album, True Romance, and there’s no doubt that this collection comes from a range of emotions. It’s raunchy, soulful, ... More
A pro uncovers what the celebrity chef's penmanship says about her
For well over a decade, Paula Deen has been buttering up her television audiences and recipes alike. The chef—known both for her quirky witticisms and calorie-laden dishes—gives the experience of “comfort food” a new meaning. Here, Deen’s handwriting sheds light on her culinary and TV-personality success. According to graphologist Annette ... More
In this no-holds-barred interview, the actress reveals what she’s learned from acting, being married, doing drugs and stumping for politicians
There are no seasons in Southern California, unless you count awards season. It’s a Thursday morning in early January, the height of the trophy derby, and Jane Fonda is telling me about the night she won her first Oscar, in 1972, for her role as a reluctant prostitute in Klute. ... More
Take your career to the next level with sound advice from the industry's leading experts
Some of the world’s most famous CEOs share the trajectories that led them to their current roles. Whether it’s giving a presentation, passing an interview, or running a business, these industry titans reveal their secrets to achieving the highest levels of success. Read on to discover how moguls like Mark ... More
Here's what happens when Ansel Elgort, Kevin Hart and an eighth grade baseball prodigy take over Madison Square Garden
Mo’Ne Davis revealed her pregame ritual. “I keep money in my back pocket before every game,” she explained. Despite making history as the first girl to pitch a shutout during the Little League World Series, the extraordinary eighth grader said that basketball is her true calling.
Kevin Hart won his fourth consecutive MVP ... More
Kim and Khloe sat down with DuJour to discuss the launch of the sisters' new hair care line
One of the many things to covet about the Kardashian clan? Their cascades of long, thick waves, of course. Now, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe are sharing their secrets to strand success.
Kardashian Beauty, the grooming branch of the family’s ever-growing empire, now includes a lineup of salon-quality styling products—blow dry cream, ... More
Kevin McHale discusses the show’s final episode and his favorite tunes
“I didn’t grow up thinking [singing] was something I could do,” says triple threat actor, singer and dancer Kevin McHale. “When you’re a little kid and you’re watching music videos, seeing the famous singers, you don’t think they’re normal people.” Little did the now 26-year-old know, he’d go on to ... More